“I’d rather not know what’s wrong with me”.
That’s what a client of mine told me the other day. He said he knew there was something serious going on with him, but didn’t want to deal with it. When it gets to the point that he has to deal with it, he will.
Needless to say, I gave him a little lecture. I can’t tell you what a dangerous practice that is. When you know what’s wrong, you can attack it. When you don’t know, it gets worse and worse, sometimes to the point of no return.
You may have read my story where I tell of the time that I was in great pain with my eyes and was misdiagnosed by a quack doctor at the now defunct St. Vincent’s hospital in NYC.
If I didn’t get a second opinion on the day I did, I would be blind today. Had I taken the “I’d rather not know what’s wrong with me” path, I would be walking around with a sweet doggie and a cane. SCREW THAT! There is no way I am letting that happen.
If something is bothering you, you need to get yourself checked out asap, because you never know how bad it can get. GO TO A DOCTOR.
It gives you a sense of enormous power when you take action and begin to learn about your ailments, and discover why it’s happening and how to stop it. Then you begin to take action, and feel better, not only about the ailment, but about yourself.
Now that’s not to say when you get a runny nose, RUN to the doctor and cry. No, that’s not what I am saying. When you know something is seriously wrong, and you know, you just know something is not right with you, you need to get it checked out.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. The U.S.A. is the world leader in deaths due to infections, treatable cancers, diabetes, and heart and vascular diseases that were untreated.
Don’t be afraid of what you don’t know. KNOW, and then you won’t be afraid.
Change your health, change your life,
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